- UK-EU future relationship—can a deal be reached in time?
- What is the timeline for negotiations?
- October 2020 deadline
- Time needed for ratification
- Sticking points
- Latest negotiation rounds
- State aid and fisheries
Public Law analysis: The UK and EU need to agree and ratify a ‘new partnership’ agreement by the end of the year, if it is to be in place for the end of the transition period. Stefano Fella, researcher in the House of Commons Library, outlines the timeline and stay of play in the UK-EU negotiations.
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